This is episode 193 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description: Episode 193: Windows 7 Opens to Ads, YouTube's HD Video, Piracy at Work, Dell's Android Phone in China, and more... What's new in Episode 193 Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, Editor, GigaOm.com David Coursey, Writer/Blogger, PC World Tech Inciter Rob Enderle, President, Enderle Group The Topics: Microsoft Opens Windows 7 to Ads Microsoft has cracked open Windows 7 to commercial sponsorship with desktop themes... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag, sebastian-rupley, rob-enderle, david-coursey
Episode 197: Europe Drops IE Browser Case, An AOL Renaissance?, The Google Phone is Real, and more... What's new in Episode 197 Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, Editor, GigaOm.com David Spark, Tech Journalist, Host, The Spark Minute David Coursey, Columnist, Tech Inciter The Topics: The Google Phone is Real On a Google blog, the company has announced that it is handing Google-branded phones out to its employees. Rumors had flown around that Google would do its own phone. Should Apple... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag, sebastian-rupley, david-spark, david-coursey
This is episode 004 of crankygeeks. Here is what was on the episode page: The show streamed live at 11AM Pacific, Thursday April 06, 2006. Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley - West Coast Editor, PC Magazine David Coursey - Editor at Large, Ziff Davis Magazine John Davison - Editorial Director, 1UP Network The Topics: Apple Mac to run Windows XP Death to the Crackberry! Holographic Storage Avian Flu Modeled on Supercomputer at Los Alamos Electrodes may relieve Depression Videogames Unhealthy for... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag, Sebastian Rupley, David Coursey, John Davison
The FCC will rewrite the rules for net neutrality, Kim Dotcom's arrest was ruled legal, China cracks down on chip giant Qualcomm, and more. Topics: twit, tech-news-today, tnt, Mike Elgan, Jason Howell, David Coursey, Mike Isaac, Lance Whitney
Google’s Got Game -- or at least a game controller, the Web Turns 25 and its creator calls for a web bill of rights, the NSA caught spreading malware with fake Facebook servers, and more. Topics: twit, tech-news-today, tnt, Mike Elgan, Jason Howell, David Coursey, James Robinson, Doug Thompson,...